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This may be a meta-question, but is ROS Answers an alternative to the [ros-users] mailing list?
The search, tagging and editing facilities cerainly make ROS Answers a better medium.


Originally posted by Adi Shavit on ROS Answers with karma: 13 on 2011-02-15

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Comment by Patrick Bouffard on 2011-02-15:
FYI to those who don't monitor ros-developers here is the thread where the creation of this service was discussed: https://code.ros.org/lurker/thread/20110208.182812.07530210.en.html#i20110208.182812.07530210

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This question might be a duplicate of this one.

But generally, to summarize, ROS Answers provides an alternative to the mailing list in that it serves as a cache to commonly asked questions that is easily searchable for people just joining the community.

It is intended to reduce the volume of the traffic on ros-users (which has swelled in the past couple months).

Also, the goal is to get users and developers alike on here, so your question is just as likely to be answered on here as it would be on the mailing list.


Originally posted by mjcarroll with karma: 6414 on 2011-02-15

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